Publication Year: 2020,
The new edition of this book is a practical guide to the clinical examination of orthopaedic complaints.
Divided into 12 sections, the text begins with an overview of how to approach a physical examination.
The following sections cover examination techniques for injuries in each part of the musculoskeletal system, from hip and knee, foot and ankle, to shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand; and spine.
The book concludes with guidance on how to read an X-ray and provides a selection of short cases and long and short questions to help candidates prepare for theory examinations.
Presented in question and answer format, the third edition has been fully revised and includes new topics to provide trainees with the latest advances in the field.
The comprehensive text is further enhanced by clinical photographs, diagrams and tables to assist learning.
Practical guide to the clinical examination of orthopaedic injuries
Fully revised, new edition providing trainees with latest advances in the field
Provides short and long questions to help candidates prepare for theory examinations
Previous edition (9789350257838) published in 2012